On the 97 s series trucks, The crankshaft sensor is located on the lower left "from front of engine" timing cover behind the dampner pulley.
we cannot locate the crankshaft sensor for our 316 BMW petrol manual
This depends entirly on the car. The sensor on my Detroit 60 series cost $450
Right above the crankshaft pully and balancer on the timing cover...
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A Crankshaft sensor is primarily used for speed sensing. It follows the principle of a rotary encoder. Another important function of the Crankshaft sensor is to ensure synchronization of operation between the Crankshaft and Camshaft with the help of Camshaft sensor. The sensing wheel contains a series of equispaced drilled hole or slots. Usually there will be one longer slot or a missing slot which will be used to position the Crankshaft absolutely with respect to the TDC of the first Cylinder. This positioning of the Sensing wheel is compared with the positioning of a similar sensing wheel on the Camshaft to ensure synchronous operation.
On my 2000 International with a Detroit series 60 engine the water temperature sensor is on the back of the engine, passenger side in the cylinder head. Gears
The timing is controlled by the onboard computer and cannot be adjusted without modifeing the computers programming. If you are certain that it is your timing that's the problem put your attention towards a possible stretched timing chain or a faulty crankshaft sensor.
unless you can build a engine you need to take it to a mech. or replace the engine with a rebuilt one.
it is built into the timing chain cover driven by the crankshaft
engine coolent temperature sensor is giving incorrect readings when warm
the sensor for the gauge should be by the thermostat housing,the sensor for the ecm should be on the right rear of engine above exhaust manifold screwed into head
It is located on the passenger side of the vehicle, at the crankshaft, (pully at the bottom of the motor) if you remove the wheel on the passenger side, and the inner fender cover between the body and the lower frame member, you will be able to see a portion of the crank pully, on the back side of the motor (side closest to the vehicle cabin) the sensor is located behind the pully, you should see a wire (in wire loom casing) coming down from a harness above. follow that down to the sensor.
Fault code 11 is for loss of crankshaft sensor signal.
the fans are operated by means of a series of relays which are turned on or off by the engine computer. the engine coolant temp sensor that sends its signal to the engine computer is what indirectly turns on the fans. if there is no check engine light for a coolant temp. sensor code, the problem lies in the fans themselves, or the relays and related wiring.
If you still need to know the crank sensor is located on the front side of the engine mounted just behind the harmonic balancer. That would mean the side of the engine with the belts and behind the big pulley at the bottom of the engine. Hope that helps.
In K9K engine series: If you mean the tdc in order to lock crankshaft to replace timing belt, in front of the engine near the flywheel zone right below the oil pressure valve there is a small bolt (usually with a torx head "star"). Removing that bolt and inserting a special locking tool through that hole ,will lock crankshaft right on the tdc. No he means the TDC Sensor which is on top of the bell housing it is held in place on a banana shaped plate which is bolted to the engine with 2 10mm bolts.
On a 1999 Camaro, the map sensor is located on the back of the intake manifold. The intake manifold is the series of tubing that distributes the air coming into the engine.
On exhaust pipe after cat
The oil pressure sensor on the 360 V8 is on the top rear of the engine, next to the distributor.
If it's a 3400 series engine I think it is bolted to the side on the throttle body
Mine gets 27 to 29 on highway and a about 20 to 21 for a combo.
no you don't if you know how to do it right but if you want to do it with out a struggle then it would be best to do it that way
Oldsmobile has won 4 Nascar Manufacturers championships in Nascar. They were in 1949 (Strictly Stock Series), 1950 (Grand National Series), 1951 (Grand National Series) and 1978 (Winston Cup Series).
you plug them into the sensors on the exhaust downpipe!